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The BSO brought melody and some stunning performances to a packed and appreciative Plymouth Guildhall audience
Get your classical new year off to a flying start with the BSO in Exeter and Torquay with conductor by Thomas Rösner and soprano Fflur Wyn
The BSO Christmas and New Year programme sees a time of celebration of great music and a heap load of venues throughout the South West
The BSO has announced a number of young soloists who will be performing Walking in the Air with the Orchestra for its Christmas Proms
Enjoy some of the world’s most relaxing symphonic music in Exeter with the BSO, pianist Anna Fedorova and conductor Marta Gardolińska
The BSO will be in Plymouth Guildhall with a BSO Leverhulme Young Conductor in Association, Victor Aviat for a concert of ‘soothing classical music’
The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s new Leverhulme Young Conductor in Association is Marta Gardolińska, with her open and collaborative conducting style
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will be joined by more than 200 students at the Riviera International Centre, Torquay for The Torbay Symphony for All, commissioned by Torbay Music Hub
The Torbay Symphony for All sees over 200 students join members of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra for a massed ensemble celebration of music at the Riviera International Centre, Torquay
Lucy Hale has been named as the BSO Change Makers Young Composer-in-Association, to work with James Rose in helping to develop repertoire for the new BSO ensemble.
James Feddeck leads Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and acclaimed cellist Daniel Müller-Schott Exeter Cathedral for its Notes of Nostalgia concert
Stephen Hough, will perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.5 Emperor when the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under guest conductor Thierry Fischer perform works by Beethoven, Ives and Brahms at The Great Hall, Exeter in March
Inclusivity is the word with the Exeter Community Family Orchestra, organised by the BSO and Exeter Uni – any age, any skill-level – just turn up and play ‘to share the joy of creative, collaborative music-making in a fun, relaxed environment’!
The BSO will unleash music from films with monsters galore in a concert packed full of stirring and epic soundtracks from the silver screen